For the undergraduate students, the most awaited day came on April 23 when they were conferred the degrees they have all been working for in the past years.
From the College of Nursing and School of Midwifery, two finished Master of Arts in Nursing, 172 from Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and three received a diploma in Midwifery. From the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, 94 were conferred with the Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy degree while 83 from the College of Medical Radiation Technology are now proud Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degree holders.
DLSHSI’s Class 2014 of the undergraduate colleges were reminded by commencement speaker Paul Zaldarriaga, consultant to the DLSP President and DLSHSI trustee, of the importance of common good.
“Let me cite a quote that Br. J.J., leader of DLSP once shared with us, ‘what is important is not who comes first but that we finished the journey together.’ Finishing the journey together is a thing to remember at a most joyful occasion. As Lasallians, your journey is to make a difference. We have the power to do what you want to do. You may not be the light but you can be the spark.” With these words, the new graduates were sent off into the challenging world of professionals ready to take on great responsibilities for their communities.
Bachelor Science in Nursing
Cum Laude: Therese Kaye Sto. Domingo Agno
Master of Arts in Nursing
With Distinction: Bryant Valencia Sanchez
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Magna Cum Laude: Ana Kimberly Magquilat Cripa
Magna Cum Laude: Adrian Luigi Jarin Morte
Cum Laude: Desiree Bassig Atas
Cum Laude: Ferdie Nadora Valeriano
College of Nursing and School of Midwifery
Roann Marie Jose Buclatin
Kristina Rae Dungca Campos
College of Rehabilitation Sciences
John Kenneth Catindig Arciaga
St. Br. Mutien – Marie Awardee
Mary Grace Lape Gonzales